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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



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SUBJECT: DWIGHT EISENHOWER 
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MUITEO STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

October 24, 1958 3:26 

Mrs. Mary JaB^McCaffrey, 
personal secretary ' > ^ 
Mrs. Eisenhower of the White 
House, called and stated in 
connection with Christmas cards 
being prepared for the President, 




Mr. Trotter. 
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Mr. W.C. Sullivan—. 
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Mr. Molloman^Jc— — 
Miss HolffleaSH. 

she wondered if it would be possible 

for her to obtain one ©if the President 1 * 

thumb prints. She stated she understood that the 

Presidents fingerprints were on file at the Bureau. 

I told Mrs. McCaffrey that I would be £lad to check 
into this and let her know. 

It is recommended that a copy of one of the 
President's thumb prints be made available through 
liaison to Mrs. McCaffrey. . ^ j A> 



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FROM LEGAT, MEXICO CITY NUMBER 101 ^Q^CO 

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VISlTOF PRESIDENTS I SE NHDWER T O MEXICO FEBRUARY 19 THROUGH 21, 
1959, JAMES HAGGERTY OF WHITE HOUSE TELEPHONED AMBASSADOR HILL '%" 
TODAY ADVISING HAGGER1V AND . ELEVEN OTHERS ARRIVING MEXICO CITY 
ON COLUMBINE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT AND PROCEEDING ACAPULCO, MEXICO 
TOMORROW TO GO OVER GROUND AND PREPARE PLANS FOR PRESIDENT 
EISENHOWER'S VISIT BEGINNING FEBRUARY 19 NEXT. HAGGERTY REPORTEDLY 
STATED PRESIDENT EISENHOWER WOULO NOT VISIT MEXICO CITY BUT WOULD 
BE IN ACAPULCO FEBRUARY 19 THROUGH 21, PROBABLY STAYING AT HOTEL i - 
PIERRE MARQUES. HAGGERTY INDICATED GROUP OF FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS, 
PHOTOGRAPHERS Md TV TECHNICIANS COVERING PRESIDENT'S VISIT WOULD 
RUN FROM 50 MINIMUM TO 150 PERSONS MAXIMUM. DUE TO EXTREMELY 
LIMITED COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES OUT OF ACAPULCO PROBABLY 
PRIMARY COMMUNICATIONS RESPONSIBILITY WOULD LIE WITH APPARATUS K 
OFmUMBIfJE AT Alt FfELB RELATIVELY NEAR HOTEL. HAGGERTY DID NOT * 
INPICATE WHAT OFFI^RS OF EMBASSY WOULD BE EXPEOWD TO BE IMMEDIAT&Y 
AVAILABLE iW ACAPlWo SHOULCT PRESIDENT EISENHOWER DESIRE BRIEFING 

but i was mm mmjL mm? of embassy officers alerted by 

AMBASSAOGR HILL AFTER HA<GGERTY*S PHONE CALL. WILL KEEP BUREAU 
ADVISEOv AMBASSADOR HILL HAS NOT ASKEO THIS OFFICE TO ASSUME ANY 
IMPROPER RESPONSIBILITIES AND I SHALL BE CAREFUL TO BE FULLY 
COOPERATIVE WITHOUT ASSUMING INCORRECT RESPONSIBILITIES.* 




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getting propcient with the shotgun in sbolffihg skntpT>>t 
Major Eisenhower said that David has a email gun but Cw 
recently has been using the President's 12-gauge shot a 
and indicated that David gets a big n ktck n out of 
shooting skeet. Major Eisenhower confesses that he 
a notorious poor skeet shooter md when asked if he ever 
.nod competent instruction he answered in the negative . 



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SnltZ +t fWfff at mmtico and invited him and his son>^ 
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received this limitation with enthusiasm and indicated 
that he would like very much to do it and s aid that »h *n , 

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GENERAL SERVICES AI»CKIiTRATK»r 

resignation of Mr. R. G. Matr. :-v,^;:., ...,.tTt * *"~ - ™ 

'J?!',?* 11 ** ** s mm*d Coaaatsstoaer of the * 

Mr. R. T. Daly 1*0 is presently Assistant Commissioner of the Federall Supply - 
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Johnson t w>d the President was miffed at Johnson for his role la MockUje tte^omlaeii^r 

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American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), 
to attend a birthday party being given for Presiden rEisenhower 
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of the Lawrence Welk Band, who are presently in Hwaii, are flying from 
I Hawaii to Washington to be on the program. They are arriving at 
Washington Friendship Airport at 8:30 |iM, Monday, October 12, 1959. 
Mr. Malone stated that when he saw the Lennon Sisters in Los Angeles 

J recently they stated that they hoped some day to be in Washington and 
if they ever were they wanted to be sure to meet Mr. Hoover and see 
the FBI. • 

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Lennon Sisters in Washington will be, but inasmuch as they have expressed 
a desire to see the Director H and when they ever came to Washington, 
Mr. Malone expects to hear from them upon their arrival in Washington 
and expects that they will ask to see the Director, if so, it would be 
appreciated if the Director could see the Lennon Sisters. Iftey are 
being accompanied on this trip by their father, Mr. Willian * 
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•srvsd our Nation as First Lady with charm and ■• • £%? ^^^^€^- : : 

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office at Gettysburg, and #at they had asked him ta pass on the following information 
« ^fj^^t^ baling with Mr. Eisenhower's trails in the near future. Bb 
said they were as follows: -.-.. •c . & \ 

UK 1/0^*" « a . ** ^ 3 ~ 61 T travel to Hagerstowa, Maryland,fto rededicate a 
t*# Confederate cemetery. ^^^UcU G~J^Le*Uu~ a-trb^c*. 

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given for Senator Everett Dirksen (R-BL). y ^ 

lkOO> . —-.—^a. on t-2i-^ - travel to 8ew York Gfty to visit the World's Fair 
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sneered. The length of his stay in Hew>¥^C»y^ not known. 

i, 4. ^ Oa 10-17-il, he will be traveling about the State of New Jersev 
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p specific details. Col. ScWzs^^K^fe^S?^^^^ needed a ^ more 

|j such travel plans and that M i^mUmS^^ ^ ^^ not -*»-*-■ him of 

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assistance the Director ^^^^^^^^^^^ff confused as to what 
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Eisenhower's visit iep^^ri^X'^^^r^S 1 ^ plms for General 
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Re: Former President Dwight Eisenhower 
Tentative Travel Schedule 

Genera!' taihta^^ff^^'^^^^^U^^I^slcal^toUir 

t his and tin* k a «* *~ ******"»*«" w smecy, s^i, Schulz stated that he deenlv amirerfatmi 
MsancI tha|*e, 5^°^^ appreciated 

liaison with loe*^ 

Rector had^^^ 

and not the slightest embarrassmeirt has occ^ed^^Sf^i^^ °JZ the years 
General Eisenhower was most an^ous^^a^SSif^f * ?' Schul2 told me "^ 
the former President had^at^vSal ttoS S^ ^ mces <* ** FBI ** «*t 
forget someone mereiy^SS fle^rt ^Zm^Zcf^T^ ^ doesnlt 
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subject: GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 




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. ^ conversations that Colonel S^^f^i^J^Zs'^rT "°* M 
no««iw«h,^.5°S ,Bel ^^ l2stste<, ' 1 ** asc <" lc e™ed about two Urines ft) Th B 

entrance to fie totd&erS^ TfiSi? ** < 5? eral brt, « mobbed at »• 
1 establish liaison ■*» tteJEJZd *£££ SL^SiSPCf 1- ? * " We WOul<1 r , 
the airport and Into the hotel IfertSSto dS S SEP™?? Safe ff^f* 8 lrom C ' 
be necessary fc^ever, ^--diffl^Sr^SSSS^S^ 

Schnlz- caUS^ r r;SStf*PowTrwas^S^i , T e<B ? tely f ° Uowing Colonel 

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Thanks so much for inviting me to your 
^ i ^?5LS?^y 1 ' oa November 21st. Un- 
fortunately I expect to be in Augusta at 
that time and therefore won* t be able to 
Join you* 

I am truly more appreciative of your 
thought of me in this regard, as 1 am 
of so many other kindnesses, past and 
preset 



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^ |, * thuted States Department of J uutin mMAjJL 

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P.S. : I hope that one of these days an 
opportunity will arise when you and I can 
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Mr. Mohr __ 
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Mr. Conrad 
Mr. DeLoad 
Mr. Evans — 
Mr. Malone _ 
Mr. Rosen _ 
Mr. Sullivan 
Mr. Tavei _ 
Mr. Trotter _ 
Tele. Room . 
Mr. Ingram — 
Miss' Gandy . 




Tom the Getty^S^^^^^^^'^; called l = 
ta today i» NewS, Ne, ?£%? "uflS?* ■»*■■* G«>eral Eisenhower 

a* lop... •^-a53»ta^4wsa^«^ i 

could be rendered by the FB? M ^L?L SlrfSif/T ? * ay "«»«*«"><» that 
, could think at anythtoe Be ImMrtTZj? JT^f ? to toach *"« wi «> «s to see it he 

of some coa^R, nfftg, «S soltat IT" S" Tery much *° *™ 
/someone immediately to the «wtttJ£lf 1 J"* "? f? Ud ** » touch with 
(matter needed to be handled. ^ *" GeBeral neede<l transportation or some other 

that we would ''£S-2SS -E^tS^^,"^^**"- 
I have Foster call upon him at 8-30i?m ^SfX*': ColoBel Schulz asked that 
him this TOuldtedoS Pi,n -' toni ^ t ' * "^ Waldorf-Astoria, itold 

I by Co^lta^^^^^^ ttee^cumstances. He wUl M 
I Agent | Iwia, mj, ^^ j,™" t0M SM * 8.30 p. m . and will have Special ' 






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RE: GENERAL OF THE ARMY 
DWIGHT Df EISENHOWER 





Col. Sehulz todtea^d4eep appreciation for this offer. 
'V M^ ^^^r 0l, t . Scln,lz . J****wa SAC Foster and SAlBto 

I/UI?k! f^^f ^^^^^i^ate^ adoration for the fcirecto? 

^ fe fer^^.^ *?*** ***' H-ver was te 6 ^ they 



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Mr. Belmont 

Mr. Mohr 

^Callahan 
^ Mr. Conrad 
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Mr. Evans _ 
Mr. Malone_ 

Mr. Rosen 

Mr. Sullivan 
Mr. Tavel _ 
Mr. Trotter - 
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subject: GENERAL DWIGHT D. EKENBOWER 
TRAVELS TO SAN ANTONIO 
10/29-31/61 

a,^, 9ft t J^ ference * 5 1Bade *° "^ memorandum of Cctooer 27 and 

lormer President Eisenhower and the former President's triplto San AnloniS: '.jfrt to 

a «i ««^ ^* ? is not * d ttet we reeeiwd.de^ils on the trip from Colonel Schulz S& 
•£12^ f**** 1 * -*«&«"««i*»i* to SAC Williams, San Antonio. He was SstructeT 
to extend every possible courtesy to Genera! Eisenhower, instructed 

i««* w * ^ ^ *:? a ^ * '■*°*"fe Waiiai»s called and talked to me. He stated 
\S^Z?&?^ f 1 ^ ^ yesterday afternoon and that he waTielirst^ne 
to greet him as hegot off the plane. He stateditwas not necessarj 'to Jford 
| transportation in that tfcey "practically had a parade" into town . 



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subject: GENERAL EISENHOWER 
TRANSPORTATION RE©/ 
BALTIMORE OFFICE 
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B,.-,,^-, '.jfri 86 ? *? ^ S^^or** BMsion called my office at 11 a m this 
the Rpcfai«; a % m0nii,l g- The Ai^ort Control Office said they had called 

tountaene arriV aI. Tte BaUtoore Office *mj^ SStSSfSSZl*,.. , 
RECOMMENDATION: 

f rt wiQiV ^yo« agree, IwHl gel fa touch with the General's aide and mention 
to him the importance of alerting us in advance so that we »£v \L «f lISL mem f n 
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TO • Mr. Mohr 

FROM : 





subject. GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 
TRAVELS TO SAN ANTONIO 
10/29-31/61 



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*«^k *'-^S?5 e , is made t0 W memorandum of October 27, 1961, setting 

SSST- T*f * ^i**^ 1 Rob *** Schulz, aide to former President Eisenhower, 
regardinf ttieteBaer President's travel to Sa» Antonio, Texas, on October 29, 1961. 

'i' " ^ last evening we were again in touch with Colonel Schulz to ^ 

learn more details of the flight. 

Colonel Schulz advised as follows: 

l >** .u h B ^ *** originally advised that the Contmentol Oil Company was 

2K?* ^f ^5 "ft *** OOW he tMnks if is « ^ ^ Company plane. He then 
I said he really did not know. 

^ : u«- „ ^ He saW the plane is a Gruman GuMstream. It is painted green 
and white and bears the number N708G. f*uu«i green 



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txt k* vv-:-- : ^ Baltimore, 

Washingtoj^at 1&30 a.^^stern Standard fSme on 10-29-61, and their approxi- 
mate arrival i»S^ ^ prcm 

274,276^ 

273 will be ATmy^e^e^tMoon^. He said that the manager of the hotel,^^ 



Ernest tajJsfcJriflTette. art that a buzzer arrangement had been set up 
between the m^gEFg room and the Generals $oom in case of any emergencies. 

x '£' 'd ^ ; " :'< 1 •• He said that in view of the fact that this trip had political over- . 
tones, he was going to alert the CH) Headquarters in San Antonio, but was not going 
to use CID men. He wxmders if we could possibly contact the police department and 



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-i -* i ' u " ■' ^ 5 e also "^ that be wou!<f Bke to *«w a uniform policeman 
alerted who could be in Room 272 but that be did not know whether he would need 
this individual but would advise SAC when he arrived in San Antonio. 

a « ' « ?J ^ He said that tlie oil C01 »pany was arranging for a car and a 
driver. Jie said he did not know the driver's name bat teat as soon as he could 
secure it, he wouldlet m know sa that San Antonio co^d make a quick check. 

The Colonel was advised that we would be glad to make these 
arrangements and that SAC Williams would be at the airport with transportation and, 
tf the need arose, we would, of course, be only too glad to take the General to the 

Frio n H«M« a* ^ < kf?? 1 was again advised wewouM be very glad to assist the 
Friendship Airport, but he said tMs was not necessary. 

I *w k^ ok \a SAC Wi Si a f S *&}*** gi ^ 1 me above ^formation and instructed 
that he should persona^raandleteis matter and should be no slip-ups and that he 
' should extend every courtesy to the General and advise the Bureau 



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date: October 27, 1961 




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subject: GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 

TRAVELS TO SAN ANTONIO 
10/29-31/61 



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lw-^S^^f ^At2:55p. m. today Colonel Robert Schulz, aide to former President 
£?£ TVS 8 * 11 ?" 1 ' MM| WhileI was : Wv«i^^StoS2t said 
SSrtTWW^? 1 »i^t ^^^ l »- 1 *- te " FrieSp^ort on 

ssk^S^ a 

JB»^ ^J* 1 aaie fe ^» ^irfo. ff*sa*d the groin^n stay a^^ 

I be necessary but at ihat point, fnaSy, S^^S^T 7 ^^ assistance ™*» 

Wick told Colonel Schulz that the Director *»»*«<* f«w «* «« «_, 
assis^e^Genejal msenhow, that S^*^ 

opportunity of providing transportation and will do everything o^Mpu^t^n^ 
Colonel Schulz with the^me, office and h^^^^^^cimlr tSSu** 
of our San Antonio Office and the home phone SSc?t £^c, t^S? 8 



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a « ^ Colonel Schulfc advised Wick that he intends to be at his hm„« <« 

aboa^f^^S?^ * ^i*** 1 ** 1 time °f *be Continental p^ne with theTparty 
' G^p™ ft? i® 0Bi ^ .*••««• of the airport where they will land and whether 

rX^^S^if 8 ^ other tMrtiikSaSSSS said 

™ »?S ^onenuinljer is private and unlisted in Arlii^onctlMilln^^ 
SX&PJSEt ** Mm toaiglit Jf he did not eaUas «HHfS^ 

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___ io resides as|^ 

1 l! ^^BIHHIlHH!RS itted fl 1 ***® 3 * ilgeMts that he is the one whTmaae 

2S fe"ane^S^^S.4f S ^ C l? ad **' l*~ • signed statement to the \ 
|/in LosSI? ll^Sl^ ^ r ^^i f .<** Ho^wood and Western Avenues 
*GJe} - - - l^l^la^so^ietiBie betw een &30 and 10:00 p. m. (Los Angeles time). cnJ 




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Failing these lines of endeavor, 
i^5monT3u!dvteeTo"lonel Schulz fee may wish to arrange a military guard for the fitfftC) 
\ General while in the area or alert local police in th^ajm^esert area so that the 
I former Pre sident is n ot approached or molested byl I It should be noted that 

; whereiii| p-esides, is a considerable distance from Palm Desert 

where the lormer Presiaen^wiiRtey. 




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ATTN.* ASSISTANT DIRECTOR C. D. BE LOACH GENERAL DWI Girt ISENHOWER 
TRIP. RE f HONE CALL FROM INSI^CTOR ROBERT «I€XT©BAY^ EISENHOWER PARTY 
MET/BY AGEMTS Of THIS OFFICE "PREE THIRTY PM THIS AFTERNOON. DURING % 



%" COURSE I OF THREE HOUR STAY IN CHICAGO THEY DID NOT LEAVE tRA IN. ^URINi^ ^ 
LAYOVER AJT TRAIN tifOT m NEWSCIRLS NAMED RACHEL AND JEAN SENT NEWS- 
PAPERS IN^TO GENERAL ElSi^H^R. J»E CE^ ASKED ME TO 
HAVE HANDWRITTEN THANK Y^ li#ES WRITTEN BY HIM ' «iiK RE^ TO THE ilRLS, 



WH*CH ' WAS^MMSiATti,Y "tONii' ; SIIB^EOUENTLY, e MRS . EISENHOWER ADVI SED ME 



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THAP THEY HAt RECE IVED A CHRISTMAS CARD FROM THE DIRECTOR TODAY AND SHE 

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EXPRES^D THE #IGH REGARD OF THE EISENHOWERS FOR THE DIRECTOR^ GENERAL 



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EISEMHOW^ ADVISED ME THAT HE HAD JUST RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE 
DIRECTOR W 'JttSI^|E^^^ ™£f^ ^ * 

DIRECTOR 68 ^RECEIVING" "iHC jjCBX?^ ^I 1 !^^*'^ TTO-i®ei«ij|flw^«^^5^iTfjf«T. HE 
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DIRECTOR. HE ADVISED ME THAT ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS HE DID WHEN HE 
BECAME PRESIDENT WAS TO IMM^ MR. HOOVER AND ASK HIM 

TO REMAIN ON THE JOB • HE SAID HE INDICATED TO MR . HOOVER THAT RE DID 
NOT WANT THE JOB AS PRESIDE^ IF MR. HOOVER WAS NOT GOING TO REMAIN AS 
DIRECTOR OF THE FBI ,» BE MlB THIS WAS THE BEGINNING OF A FINE PARTNER-- 
SHIP AND HE EXPRESSED HIS GREAT ADMIRATION FOR THE DIRECTOR, HE 



INDICATED THAT HE WAS VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE WAY THE DIRECTOffttOOK 



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CARE OF HIS MEN, OF COURSE, I WAS ENTHUSIASTICALLY IN ACCORD &TH THIS 
STATEMENT AND EXPRESSED APPRECIATION TO THE GENERAL FOR HIS KWD S"; 
REMARKS. GENERAL AIID MRS. EISENHOWER BOTH WANTED ME TO EXPRESS^THEIR^ 
SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THE DIRECTOR FOR HAVING US MEET THEM /FP THE 



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■ fr gran* directed to Genea^^I§E12|Qlffij^h^£^adlvidual who 
iriifi tot ttil^wam e asM ■ who stated that ' 

when'l Iwas a| p^ BpMJER approved ... 

his vomSSzf oir 30-cl^^^«R^StTr4ngJ|^^^H|problem. "In 
bis telegram dated IS/ZJ/BX be stated ifeai fee Is presently 4>J 4£; 
in a more urgent dil&araai that a grave injustice has heen 
done: that he has heen genuinely wronged and desperately m^v 
heeds General lISElpa»*s gpida^ 

to state his case and requests an audience with General c ^^>?>^ 
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be flK>st arareeiat:!^ ^ assured^ ~ 

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instructions, I drove to Gettysburg early tl 

jf the Laboratory, at the request of 
isenhower. We met at the General's office , 
a, and after a brief inspection tour 
began a thorough scrutiny of the telephone 
*1"Z~ r~" """* ~* *"* v ****" s **• w **« wi uttionaUy at the apartments of 
Col. Schulz ani4|ief Warrant 0f*ice$C&>od who will serve as the General's 
secretary when Mr*, Ann Whitman leaveslsaTly next month. 

« *„ * t 0«n«yal Ets«ali©werwiU be to Los Angeles until early March, 1962. 
He wiU then return to Gettysburg. Bis private office and conference room is replete 
with souvenirs of his military and Presidential days. One of the more prominently 
placed items is the gold badge and plaque presented to him by the Director on the ! 

occasion of ^his speech before the National Academy graduation exercises. Col. Schulz 
told me that the General is prouder of this souvenir than any he knows of. 

r Col. Schulz was most cordial and during luncheon mention ed a 

-w^^itapiftjtMN!*, Be slated that the General had been somewhat 
embarrassed on occasions as a result of, so-called friends attempting to do him & 
i favors. Asa sftecjfic example, he mentioned thai transportation is often offered 
I in various cities *»ly to I ind oat the next ifey ^ that the person off ering such 
[ transportation has leaked this to the newspapers for self-publicity . He stated on 
occasions transportation has been offered to the General, then later the inoividf 4 
offering the transportation would seek to have the General interceded some t\ 
of a contract. Col. Schulz stated for these reasons, plus the tremendous { *esi 
the General has lor the Director, General Eisenhower was most appreciative 
Mr. Hoover wrote him he would be glad to be of any service. He stated the Gi 
desired to utilize FBI service more often if the Director would not feel this wa 
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mind in attempting to be of service to General Eisenhower. I told him the Director 
JTSf ^a^r ,J ?^K7 P° sslb * e service and this, of course, included transportation. 
- i ld ,*• Schul 2 that Mr ; Hoover not only felt deep respect and friendship for 
General Eisenhower, but personally had always felt that the U. S. Government is 
frery sadly lacking in taking care of ex-£$esidents. -jCoL *&mul&ag»eed most 

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wholeheartedly .He stated within a period of live minutes following the inauguration, 
an ex-President's whole world collapses from under him. He reiterated that ... 
General Eisenhower was most grateful for the Director's kindnesses^ ? 

f'CoL Schula brought up the sub ject of the Director and Mr. Tolson 
coming to Gettysburg. He stated General Eisenhower had often mentioned this 
possibility and he felt certain that in the early Spring the General would want 
to have the Director as his guest for luncheon at the Eisenhower farm. He stated 
the General would also take great delight in showing the Director around certain 
parts of the Gettysburg Battle Field. 



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problem at Gettysburg is handling Mrs. Eisenhower. He stated she was quite 
temperamental and would not listen to reason on occasion. He mentioned she was 
quite possessive of the General and often insisted on talking with htm regardless 
of who might be in the General's off ice at the time. vi^:>>v^;'v*y •;.."-* 

Col. Schulz told me that the General when in Gettysburg is in his 
office everyday and not only dictates a considerable amount of mail but additionally 
sees a large number of people. He is quite accustomed to a well disciplined 
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I talked briefly with Lt. ColonelJohn Eisenhower, the General's son 
who has an off ice right below that of his Father's. He* of course, is still in the 
service but is on loan to his Father for the purposes of writing a book covering 
his Father's life. Doubleday is hai the book and has an 

employee assigned to Col. Eisenhower for a him in the writing. 

-v ; It is believed that Col. Schulz is well aware of the Director's desire 
to be of assistance to General Eisenhower and that such assistance will probably 
lick up in the hear future. Col. Schulz has both my office and home telephone 

and I have told him the Director would want him to call me at aB^*4ane: 
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Today's hearing got under way shortly after 2:30 p.m. with the 
/""^reading into the record ei a brief letter from former President Dwight D. 
^^ WARRnhaw&T. Yon wai recall that at ®m opening session of this series of hearings, 
* aletter from Mr. Eisenhower was made a part of the record in which he questidaec 
the desirability of requiring Government officials, whether military or civilian), \ 
to submit their proposed public statements for review. Mr. Eisenhower*® U»^ 
current letter was in response to an inquiry by Senator Smart Symington request£a§ 
a definition of those officials who sjiQuldj^be required to submit their state- ' 
ments for review. Mr. Eisenhower said he felt this should/applied to all top ^ 
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In an opening statement, Senator Stennis reviewed the purpose 
of raese hearings which would include an examination of the policies affecting 
censorship of the statements of military officials, the effectiveness of troop 
information and education programs* and me respons^ality of the military in 
alerting its own members as well as civilians to me menace posed by communisng 
[He stated that the use of questionnaires to question military personnel had been g 
I discontinued. He pointed out mis procedure had never been authorized by a 

ranking members of his Subcommittee; rather, it had been undertaken by a * 

'staff member who lacked proper "experience." . S 

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of Staff ,:1*U. Si~ Army, read a prepared statement in which he pointed out that 
communism is an extremely complex subject, that members of the military 
should have some knowledge concerning it, but that the primary function of the 
.military establishment is to insure the safety of the country from a military 
I standpoint. He felt mat a knowledge of communism and foreign policy was 
J primarily the responsibility of other Government agencies. Be said he had no 
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[objection to having Ms speeches reviewed by the proper au&orities tot it was 
not possible for him to be inform ed concerning every detail ofour foreign _ 
policy, and he felt that such a review insured the accuracy of ^.speeches. He 

» « said I Sat since he had become Chief of Staff, he had made approximately 18 
M^W^ 50% of these ted been subjected to minor conges 
uoon-review. Personally, he felt the changes were picayune; however, he did 

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, ooucy Thurmond asked the same <raestion two more tames, airfare G enera l 

1 S re^d that he knew of no ^^ ~*»-? * ^Srtft? noUey 
^rfteW'T^mdiiar-TBBBHeaaTB&i wanted to know it IButed States poucy 

Krtlt^Wdta that there is a lessening of carted .* *»»»* 
I^Sm by Moscow. Genial Decker again r*pUed that he knew of no such 

policy. .' . . >'• •..; 

a Thurmona^^t i»i@ s|*eciiie degrtfap wMcfc had been made in 

Ithe General's speeches, ^«tate#he believed that the deletioi® constituted a 

y%ry dSep&rn. k*#mrim*W*^~ *^t«v had made 
^Thurmond criticized reviewing authorities noting that at one *»»«*** f »«• 
fl Sns forSe reason that sensitive internatioj^l negotiations were taking 
IpUc^etimebuttfeat they made the ^•^rt*^,^^^ 
when no such negotiations were taking place. Thurmond also noted ^* 
October I960 the Army indicated that the fife, "OperaUon Abolition, » would 
te T^used by the Army; however, in April, ,,*A, *^*^* fr °* a 
SeArmys Hst of ^trainmg^ms/ Thurmond wanted to know the reason for this 
removSf and &e General stated that it hadbeen done upon instructions of the 
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Ho what the Army is doing to prepare its soldiers for the ^^^^^ 
SiSzedL- the Korean War. He referred to figures concerning the number of 
"Sncoa^in Korea and, after Senator Symington questioned tt* »**™^ 
these figures, the record was left open for possible correction. General Decke. 
said he would attempt to see if other figures were available.: . 

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">- Colonel BobSchula, General Eisenhower's aide, 
riled from Gettysburg at 4 PM this afternoon. General Eisenhower 
will leave Los Angeles, California, 9:30 AM Sunday ; morning, 
March 4, 1962, via American Airlines Flight #6. He will arrive 
at W^Ud^irport^New York City at 5:10 PM. He will be accompanied 
b y™ Pwhoai Col. Schulz thought was an FBI Agent, 

He will also be accompanied by Mr. Charles J. Jones of the 
Richfield Oil Company. 

Col. Schulz stated he did not believe General Eisenhower would 
need transportation, however, wouM appreciate transportation being available 
just in the event Richfield Oil Company had not taken care of this matter. I told 
him the Director would definitely want this done and that the director's personal 
car would be at the airport on Sunday afternoon for the General. 

K Col. Schulz stated that he wouid like to have one of our 

representatives meet Mm at Me American Airlines passenger Service Agent's office 
at 4:30 PM, Sunday, Ma*cb4, li|2, regardfegs of whether General Eisenhower 
desired transportation or not jyMoynj^wejwoald arrange for this . He also 
desired to.determine whether! ft as mentioned above, was an FBI Agent. 

General Eisenhower w/iH stay at the Pierre Hotel in New York. He f * 
will attend funeral cei rch % tmz r of Ife. W. Alton Jones, 

Chairman oifl^B^ General 

Eisenhower wHl depart immediately for Los Angles via commercial airlines -n ■'% /} 
transportation whites not y# ^^ w 

Following my conversation with^.^Schuis, J.fa^ledSAC Foster in 
New York and issued appropriate instructions. ASAC Wlnferrowl w'ilT handle this 
assignment inasmuch *s SAC F^er pw^H feje In Washingtoa-atuthe timev^t^also isiied 
SAC Simon in Los Angeies and told him to be of any possible service in arranging 
for the General to be brought to the Los Angeies airport. SAC Simon will 
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Association, and the metoo pointed out that the SAC at the Los Angeles Office 
had been a member of the Executive Committee of the Association since 1946, 
It was noted that at that time the Executive Committee was voting on a proposed 
resolution to condemn Governor Brown for his action in criticizing law enforce- 
ment officers in Los Angeles County. It was contemplated placing the resolution 
before the full meeting of the Association several days later . Mr» Tolson 
suggested and the Director agreed that we should get off this committee in a 
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GENERAL DWIGHT B. EISENHOWER 
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^ , Colonel Bob Schulz, Executive Assistant to GeneralJEisenhqwer, _.,/ 
called from Gettysburg 4-24-62. Colonel Schulz Is leaving Gettysburg within the ^-— 
near future to join General Eisenhower in Palm Springs, jCalitornia. He and the 
General both wilt leave Palm Springs for Abilene, Kansas. 4»29>62. After staying 

Iin Abilene for approximately one day, they will take the Santa Fe Railroad Train #20 
to Chicago, arriving there at 7:15 a. m. , 5-l-§2. They will change trains and then 
proceed to Gettysburg* /" ' 

■ ; General Eisenhower will leave Gettysburg on May 4, 1962, and fly 
to Augusta, Georgia^ He will be in Augusta on May; 4, 5 and 6, 1962, returning to 
Gettysburg the evening of May 6. General Eisenhower will be in Washington on 
jMay 9, 1962, where he will check in at Walter Reed Armor Hospital for his annual 
'physical checkup^ On May 10, 1962, he will hold a number of meetings with 
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a luncheon at the Barkley Hotel. He will later speak at a dinner at the Union League 
Club in PMladelphia. On May 15 General Eisenhower will drive from Philadelphia 
to Prtoeeton^New/ Jersey, where he will attend Hie dedication of the new John Foster 
Dulles library. ,J 

Colonel Schul2 was not requesting any assistance but stated he merely 

« Wanted to advise us of General Eisenhower's travels so that in the event assistance was 
needed he could call us at any time en route, I told htm that the Director would want 
him to do so and that we would be happy to be of any possible assistance to the General 
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Kansas and will thereafter be taken to Abilene, .Kansas 
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_ansas, was a^Slail^^^PiX^e, Kansas 'e» -Vl/62,' so that 
any courtesies or assistance, if desired, coald be extended 
to the General and his staff during the ail-day ceremony 

I dedicating the new Eisenhower Library. The General's aide, 
Colonel BORER? L, SGHOLB, was aware of the presence of the 
J^ : ;;and expressed -^ : ^>.y 

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Mr. ; 'f* 4' MC President of Hallmark Cards* telephoned through to theV 
Director's Office on fey 4, 1962, and to the absence of the Director was referred to N^ 
Mr. Keeper te your/office. Ws* Wt& advised that Hallmark Cards has invited 
General^genliower/ta g© to Stockiolm, Swede®, to address the W^ld.p^garazation * 
of the Tea^angJtolEessjQj to August of this year* General Eisenhower is considering »i 
hlSsT^fSlonand asked that M*. Hall contact the Director to determine if the Bureau^ 
' knew of any reason why General Eisenhower should not accent this invitation. \ 

INFORMATION IN B13F1LES: jrot 'ra£or.;?Bl> . ,.■ _i, 

■■--'> -v-B^-eaa -Library '-references iir«#eal.' tiiafkr' the '■'W4MMf6aMc^KtiOB of ^ 

Organizations of the Teaching P«oies0ion (WCOTP) was formed b y a merger of the z x 
International Federation of f eag&ers Association and feteriiattOBalTPe^er^Hon of 
Secondly Teachers, m date gtfeei* bat possibly to 1952, and WCOTP is.located at 
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The > 'August 0, 1956, issue of the "WashmgtOR Post and Tinted Herald" on page 
contained an article under '.fee h^adltoe^^T^herlmit Demands End of Red Ties. " 
Thi$ article was under a Manila date line an£'*3at«& that the World Confederation 
of Organizations of the Teaching Profession ended i^ week-long session with a demand 
that its members sever all ties wim cottHnn^st-btoc teachers , organizations. The 
article stated to part as follows: M The demand for an end to ♦divided loyalty* was aimed 
at the IFTA (Internatiorial Federation of Teachers* Associations) and FIPESO (Inter- 
national Federation of Secondary Teachers). Both are member s of the communist- 
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General Eisenhower would like to speak briefly with Mr. Hoover. „ . 

. After checking, Wick told General Schulz that the Director was not 
in his office at theinoment whereupon General Schulz said he would.check with his 
"Boss" to see whai the General desired to do. General Schulz came hack on the 

Iline and said that General Eisenhower would like to have Mr. Hoover return his call 
since he did have^one question he wanted to ask him. General Schulz told Wick he 
did not know the nature of the matter General Eisenhower wished to discuss with 
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one or two of hie Republican friend at* suggesting he make 

statement* la political attacks that he thought Hi* FBI was being directed 
into unusual or illegal channels and was being used to do a lot of improper 

I told Preeideat Eieenhower 1 hare eten thlnga by Republican 
leaders in Kew Xork State indicating we were Investigating Governor 
Rockefeller tor political purposes. I stated this is absolutely untrue, that 
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el not conducting an investigation of anyone or any 
organisation unless they w*r* in fiolaUoa of a Federal statute. 1 etated I 



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assisting In civil right* cases down South where they wanted Agents to drive 
buses carrying Hegroes I have Insisted they use U. 8. Marshals for this 
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staied the conference was held la the afternoon and the reports carriedln 
the evening paper and the President wanted the Information the next morning, 
itold him we were asked to make an investigation at six o'cloc^ntheevenhsg; 

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fig SuIr^B fct his office or at his home; finally they went out to his some 

Wm KchT=JnHoun<l nim Uiere, at which time he said he would have to go down to his 
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I stated that bar Agents took hinV 

leven o'clock Effort wo got the otmei v 
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some .we? t not available and some calls were made abort too or three ,.. ■/.,' 
o'clock la too moraiog. f stated it waa a data of- circomaUnees which . 

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criticise lot actloo withe *WL X told him 1 do not think thai have; that this 
%a* Information the President wanted lor use Ihe next morning and normally 
lift/Tki/ 1 S *♦ would have conc luded the Investigation by eleven o' clock at night if we 
^ imL -«o«WlAt#reacaoili ■»*!», I thought, wan 

avoiding oa. I said I thought m wMal home woen the maid told oor Agents 
a* was not there and then, when we reached him, we had to go back to hU 
cvTfice with hUa to get hi* notes. ._../__ 

Prealdent Elaenhower remarked that ! 
rouid aot hay • had to go. I etated he waa cooperative after we 
^ that II $ he could wlthoet 

openly doing ao; '« he di d aot ae^e lb go to ae t thoee aote>; that there was ^ ^ 
no way to compel aim; thatfl fcdM aot have to give Information - 

some refused and some gave jaiormatioa wanted the next morning by the . 
President. '■' K^r^Ae^iv-^S^^^-' 

' . President Eisenhower stated he to going to nay he worked with T 
the FBI for a long, loiig time and never aaw them do aaything Illegal or ..... f i~ ; . 
permit themselves to be need for improper purpose*. I told him that never 
frill occur under my admimatration* I stated if 1 received any order for 1 
an Improper political iaveatlgatlon, or geetapo nature, or concerning the \; 
HAACP, En Klax JOan, wr pressure wf any kind, I would refuse tovdo it and, 
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ReBuairtel 6/5/63 and Kansas City telephone call to 
SAC, Denver, 7/2/63. . ,0/ 

General EISENHOWER and party arrived as scheduled 
Abilene, Kansas, 7/2/63. General BOB SCHULZ, General EISENHOWER s 
aide, -was contacted and all courtesies extended, including 
availability of an automobile, He advised General EISENHOWER 

Iand himself were most appreciative of this consideration on the 
part of the Director, 

General SCfflOM advised the EISENHOWER party scheduled 
to depart Abilene, Kansas, 7:30 p.m., 7/3/63, with arrival at 
LaJtinta, Colorado, 7:55 a.m. (MST)^ 7/4/63. To leave LaJunta 
1:05 p.m., 7/4/63, with arrival at Denver 6:04 p.m. CMST), . j 
Travel-, via Santa Fe Train 28-123. He requested that if possible y 
a cardie made available for the EISENHOWER party during their / 
stopover at La Junta. He was advised he would be contacted by a / 
representative of the Denver Off ice upon arrival LaJunta and that 
a car wguld be at their disposal. ;.■■;, : 

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SAC SCOTT-' J. WERNER, Denver Division, by SAC, Kansas City, 7/2/63 
at which \time SAC WERNER advised contact would be had with the 
EISENHOWER" 5 party on arrival La Junta, Colorado, and that Bureau 
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GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 
TRAVEL MATTER 



By airtel to the Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia and Omaha Offices, 
June 26, 1963, the Bureau advised that General Eisenhower, his wife and Brigadier 
General Robert L, Schulz, his aide, would be in their territories or leaving them 
through approximately. July 12, 1963. It was planned the party would leave Denver 
July 1% 1963, and arrive in 1mm on July II m*$mme to €^cago arriving there 
July 12 via train. 

DEVELOPMENT: 

SAC Werner of the Denver Office advised Wick by telephone at 10:50 AM 
| today that General Schulz had contacted him. General Eisenhower is concerned 
for fear the railroad strike, scheduled for 12:01 AM, Thursday, July 11, 1963, will affect 
his travel plans. General Eisenhower wondered if the FBI could provide two limousine- 
and a station wagon from Omaha to Chicago sometime Thursday, July 11, after 
the party arrives from Denver. 

^" After ctec&gwith Mr. Tolson, I had Wiek inform SAC Werner that he 
should tell General Schulz the Director would be very pleased to make any transportation 
desired available to Mm. SAC Werner was tolibv ^ckhe should instruct the 
Omaha and Chicago Offices to.perfeet the necessary arrangements to accommodate 
the Eisenhower party to the fullest extent. SAC Werner said he would so handle 
the matter and inform General Eisenhower this would be done. 




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ITINERARY - TRAVm MATTER 

For the information of the Bureau, General and Mrs. 

I EISENHOWER arrived at Denver at 6:05 p.m. on 7/4/63. They 
were met by approximately 100 people, including Mr. AKSEL 
NIELSEN, who is a longtime friend of the EISENHOWERS, and 
who arranged for transportation from the depot to the 
Brown Palace Hotel, where the EISENHOWERS are presently 
staying. I personally contacted General EISENHOWER and 
General ROBERT SCHBLZ, his aide, and offered the full courtesies 
of the Denver Division in connection with his stay in Denver. 
I also had a car available if it was needed and I have aQyised 
General SCHII.2 that this car will he available at any time i^ 

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Close liaison is being maintained with General SCHULZ ; 
.who has advised that their future plans are not as yet m 
/finalized, but has assured me that he will advise at onqe when 
( they are finalized. As soon as these plans have been nume 

known to me the Bureau and interested of f ies will be immediately 

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^ Re Denver teleall to Omaha today. ^ 

General ROBERT L* SGHIE.Z advises that the following 
is the itinerary of General EISENHOWER'S party: 

^ They will leave Denver, Wednesday, July 10, at 
12:06 p.m., M.S.T., via Rock Island Railroad ^Train #8. This 
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(conditioned limousine and two station wagons to meet them 
tet the train and take them to Of futt Air Force Base, where 
phey will spend the remainder of the night. They plan to 
jleave^ Omaha via the same automobiles for Boone, Iowa to 
khe residence of Ifc. Joe Carlson, transportation to Boone, 
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^slne' and a Station wsgon, at which time ;; the, party will proceed > 
. - ™ •■*■ , ; to JBoone v ' Ic^^ JIEhey , will : ; temaln:.^Ln Boone feing ; t&e :. day ^f^i^fe - 
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fctrg, Pennsylvania by way of Chicago. ; General SCHULZ did 
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For the information of the Bureau, General EISENHOWER 
and Ms party left Denver at 12:06 p.m. this date via Rock 
Island BR, next stop planned is Des Moines, Iowa. General 
EISENHOWER desired to have two limousines and two station wagons 
available upon his arrival for transportation to Boone, Iowa to 
visit Mrs. EISENHOWER* s relatives. In the event the con- 
templated railroad strike actually occurs. General EISENHOWER 
and part of his entourage plan to fly back to Gettysburg, 
while Mrs. EISEUHOWS.lid.li remain at Boone, Iowa, visiting with 
her relatives and w$m Ms arrival at Gettysburg, General 
EISENHOWER will &M *fcsv EISENHOWER'S car and chauffeur to Boc£e 
l to pick her up and transport her to Gettysburg .The plans of 
1 the EISENHOWER party will be finalized at Des Moines. 



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SAC 1H0MAS A. GEARTY at Omaha was advised: 
plans and he will arrange to meet General EISENHOWER and his 
party with the requested automotive equipment at 7:30 a.m. on 
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ion schedule via Rock Island Railroad. Contact established with 
General ROBERT L. SCHBLZ, 7:30 a.mv, 7/11/63 at^Des Moines _ 
Part v traveled during the day to Boone, Iowa, where Mrs. EISENHOWM* 
veiled with her uncle, Mr. JOE CARLSON. General EISENHOWER and 
Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE ALLEN traveled to Ames, Iowa to view the 
college campus and returned to Boone and then to Des Moines at 
^proximately 3:00 p.m. Mrs. EISENHOWER returned to Des Moines 
"Sfcth Irtr^ncle around 5:30 p.m. & ? v, 

** -%^ltenerai S^WLZ advised they urould leave Des Moines^ 
vi^mock ts^nd Trai» Ho. %, Car No^ 101, at 1:45 a.m., 7/&2/63, 
and<%rri¥* Chicago, Illinoi¥, LaSalle Street Station, 8:30*. ■. 
StanSard*Lme. Planned to depart Chicago at 10:40 a.m. Standard^,/ 
Time^ia finnsylvania Railroad, Train No. 22, Car K.o> 10^tOh/ ; y 
arrivk\Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 3:33 a.m. , 7/13/63.; Genferal^y--*' 
SCHUL2* said party's plans at moment were to remain on the « 
private car No. 101 at Chicago during its transfer to the ^ 
Pennsylvania line and while in Chicago. General SCHULZ »d vised 
party would remain in car no. 101 at Harrisburg until approxi- 
mately 8:00 a.m., 7/13/63. 



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^P™TM^ ANDATE POR CHANGE" j^ss5S>vv* ? k o 

BACKGRQIJND: ' :! ^'^¥^Sfe 

Dwlght Orl&senfeower's emrZt-SL^^SSS^-F^S^f^ °* forjne r .President 
WKwSI?Zf ^ *?* for Change." References to the FBI in 

the mtegnt&d advice el S^ff? *f at h f ?"* Secretary Dulles had to ovterrideN 
Utori^s^^ ^«*t 

exhaustive examination bv tho pw **«' ** Tw * J:^-* - ^ p WIIft "J^S colors an >♦ 

th6 Director had been o^crf^orte^S^f ^ h ^^ r ^ orstothe e «ect*hat" j 

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RE: HENRY STEELE COMMAGER 

annn . . . Of 1 Page 226 Eisenhower discusses Ms decisions with resnect tn 

2SS?mL ™5? "'"ST ^ «" 1 h0W he ***** Attornly^S Brownell to 
anH rf n ? kuig a ^w 00 ** investigation of a prospective appointee's rotation 

and of every pertinent detail of his life. ^^ appointee s reputation 

P . a ' ** Ms chapter on "Problems of Internal Security " on Patre 309 

statements were based on information from the FBI. He^so reflr^d 1 £ > toe Sit 
the Director supported the Attorney General by testifying that at no h»J . *n *£ *m 
a^v^^prev^ admwstra^s *>^2^ * £"£^ ™^o? 
malang it easier to keep Mm under FBI surveina^ce. purpose ot 

mrnrw* 'V • °***&. 3 ^1 in discussing Senator McCarthy's Senate censure and 
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recommending that General Scums, former President Eisenhower's Aite £ contacted 
concerning the former President's desire as to having Sne^ Aeents^f 4e FR^hi« 

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and Mrs. Eisenhower will sit in a box in the reviewing stand 
^informally asked whether two Special Agents of the FBI could 
tormer President and Mrs. Eisenhower to assure they would not be 



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guard duty for the former Pj 

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sets of identification m his possession. His identity is not yet known. 

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Director;^ «*• * -devised Assistant 



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THREAT AGAINST THE LIFE OF FORMER PRESIDENT DWIGHT D^EISENHOWER 
TT ™-EARL EISENHOWER, MOTHER Of FORMER PRESIDENT EISENHOWER,- — ------ 

^ELEPHONICALLY ADVISED SAC JOHNSON TODAY THAT ONI 



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-THAT WOTT^ERTAIN aEMENTS IN - EUROPE *Nf^ WERE PLANNING. 30-^21 
ASSASSINATE GENERAL EISENHOWER. PURPOSE OF ASSASSINATION WAS TO KILL 
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NOTHING OF SPECIFIC ^ATOK dSD ksUESTED TO PEiS^ALLY TALK WITH DVIGHT 
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* Y h0nBlm THE INF °*"ATION TO iEARL EISEI^ER..^™^ 

r _ .^interviewing agents characterize fHB|As trni^EkmontwT^'- 

DISTURBED PERSON WHO RAMBLED AT LENGTH CONCERNING PERSONAL PROBLEMs'fff ; 

of Finance and death of her husband some three to four years ago. 





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WITH GENERAL EISENHOWER. " SECRET SERVICE" AGENT 
_TELEPHONICALLY ADVISED OF SUBSTANCE OF ABOVE THREE FIFTEEN P.M. TODAY 
LHM FOLLOWS. 

^ ; 1;^ REAU N0TE THIS te *-ETYPE ALSO DESIGNATED FOR PHILADELPHIA IN 
EVEftt BUREAU DESIRES SUBSTANCE OF INFORMATION HEREIN CONVEYED BY " 

-PHILADELPHIA TO GENERAL EISEUHOWER, NO FURTHER ACTION CONTEMPLATED 

^CHICAGO i*OFFIC£^'™~~"^~ 

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of correspondence betwe* 

and Brigadier General Hoi ,. , . .. _.__._,___ „ ... „__________, , _ 

Dwi^nt _£> Eisenhower, concerning the unauthoriasa co;£Zerciai use crdcncr^J 
Eiic^.ower ^iu-uc by captioned corporation. Tins material was furnished §y 
General Schuiz, who requested the matter oe checked to verify this improper 
uso of General Si£enhower*s same. ' 



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ateiy malee discreet inquiry at the Better 



Business Bureau, &oog Beach, ^California, to determine U they have reports ^ 
substantiating, cocaciercial use of General Eisenhower's name by this firm. 
Furnish copies of pertinent adrertisiag material, ilasults of this investigation 
should r^ach the Bureau no later than 5-4-64. 



1 - Follow *? up made for 5-4-64 • 

1 - Mr. DeLoach (sent with cover memo) 



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:i :£i^fciere is an exchange of correspondence 
that is somewhat disturbing — ■■ 
could your representative in the . . ^„., 
— * ~ Xos Angeles area check -the ^gtter„ 
* Business Bure au and see if \ 

[statements as to 









"JP«*iCT*WUBrf:5f 



le use of DDE 1 a -name are" correct; 
With continual thanks, 



Cordially* 



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Dear General Scbult; 



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^ ^Unfortunately I do not hove a copy of the testimonial 
::" r ^-~ uge " U8e ^^~^^ to pass on to you. "~ 

-To my knowledge . all sales of the Fofcron camera have " 
been made in the home of the customer. There was no " * 
verbal or printed advertising materiel presented to us 
prior to the time that the salesmen visited our home. 






At that time we were shown various pieces of literature 
relating to the work of the Traid Corporation in developing 

higV speed cameras and film for government reconnaissance 

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The salesmen than showed us a printed brochure which" 
contained the names of a large number of prominent people 

who had allegedly used the J ? otron_ca>nara and endorsed it 

as a quality prodwefc. One of the names at thet op of the" 
list was that of General Dwight D. Elsenhower. 

The brochure was not given to us to keep. Therefore 
it is not la our possession/ and we regret that we are 
unable to supply yon with any printed aaterli? to assist 
■ your- ih#iry,, ' 



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General Robert L. Schula 
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 



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General £i**nhower aaked meto respond to your 
letter of April t»t.a»d ; t?i*^ 
trouMo to vrrito concerning tki use of his name 
by thoXTraid Corporation of Snciuo, California. r 






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~fe tr*y long year* of aa»ociation with .th* General, 
1 havft a^ver known Mm to <ent*a.r$f' an/ commercial 
product in the mumer ;/ou describe. 1 \ ould be very 

lippreciativo if you t^?t^ the tirra ic-ernr^e »ay -^ 
material which utattid-c-cr 1st this*, office U ditcuaslng 

.Sh« snattor with the Ccxp">r&tUa invohvM. I have 
reference to aaay prints iraticr or olL** material 
which would bo tkm hz>m$ of my inquiries/ - : 

With renewed thanlcg m& beot wUhcc, 



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We bought the camera in September IQ63 under the 

_L3ipre SS ion._fcbat^ve were-.a--ltes.t._f.«m.ilyJL_nnd_that the 
camera was coming to the market in Decoder at a'mu'cT 
higher price than the $2.>'»-.0G which 
ca«era and its film are not on the 
store ovner was asked 
camera for $80.00 and 



- *ore to pay. The 
. ■'• •aarket. One camera 
by tne Traid Cor .ration to buy the 
sell it foriitivO, but he refused 



as he does not feel that the Pot run e-r.«ra 
product. 



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. . -- _ Executive Assistant to General Dwight PS-Eisenhowe r, by note to you dated 4-22-64, 
tyttT. enclosed copies of th ree letters which constituted an exchange of correspondence 
u) between his office andfl MA-..: 

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complained that General Eisenhowers name was being used by - ] 
an end orser oft advertising material for their Rtroh Electronics 
had purchased one of these cameras and found it to be 
%he Better Business Bureau, Long Beach, California^ had \ 



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L, * Vadvising that he knew of no such commercial endorsements by GeneraHllisenhower an£ 
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A • » ... General Robert Schulz, Permanent Aide to General Eisenhower, 
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merely wanted to pass on their 'thanks'* and deep appreciation to the Director 
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that the Set the Director had taken time to personally do this made him feel 
very good indeed. I told Mm that I was aware of the case and that we had 
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General ROBERT %• SCHULZ called me on the early morning of 
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Mr. Tolson. 
Mt. Belmont 
Mr. 3Iohr. 
Mr- Casper.- 



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Mr, ConraiL _..*r 
Mr. DeVacb;--^ 

Mr. Evans :_i. 

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May 22, 1964 













KB: THREAT AGAINST THE LIES OF 
FORMER PRESIDENT DWIGHT D* 
EISENHOWER 




that she had received information ihai "certain elements in 
Eu*°pe were planning to assassinate General Eisenhower. 
The purpose of this assassination was presumably to dispose 
of individuals closely associated with freedom. Mr. 
Eisenhower stated that !»; *» Me conversation with L 
attempted to press her for farther details regarding this 1 
plot, hut stated that she would only reply, «i can't give 
you that, » and asked to have an appointment made so that she 
»|ght personally speak te feneral Eisenhower. Earl 
Eisenhower added that this* woman and the allegation made by 




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#S«H#ed a message that 
Eisenhower wou|d;^ poisoned or assassinated . 
Ewomd not ftl*hm*fai «,™»k^ M *^. natter 
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PRESIDENT DWIGHT D, EISENHOWER 



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PRESIDENT DWIGHT P. EISBNBOIER ■ ^ - 



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^elimination of all American " 



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June 23, 1964 

REQUEST TO PROVkpB TRANSPORTATION 
FORMER PRESJPEK C^ISEMHOWER 
UNVEILING e ffSflEVCHENKO MONUMEJOC 

WASHINGTON, D. C.- : ;- ■ -, -, * -. - ;-,.. 




Mr. Tolson . 
Mr. Belmont 

Mr* Mohr 

Casper - 

Callahan 

Conrad _ 

M r. DeL oach 

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Mr. Gale _ 

Mr. Rosen _ 



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Mr. Tavel 

Mr. Trotter _ 
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Miss Holmes 
Miss Gandy «, 



At 10:10 a. m. today. General Robert SchuJz telephoned "" 

from Gettysburg and talked to Wick, He said that former President Eisenhower has 
accepted an invitation to make the friacipal address at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, 6-27-64 
at the unveiling of the monument honoring the Ukrainian Poet-Laureate Taras ' 

Shevchenko. This ceremony, said General Schulz, takes place at about 1:00 p. m. in 
the vicinity of 23rd and P Streets, NorBwest, Ifesm^on, D. C. v. 

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*v 'i*. Gwral Schulz saMthat former President Eisenhower will only attend 

the unveiling although there is a parade, a fire, of march and other festivities planned 
m conjunction with this affair during the day. ^ ^ 

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General Schulz stated mat he is dealing with Major William' 
(telephone OXford 5-7187} who is the Aviation Officer of the Military Disti 
Washington m arranging air transportation from Gettysburg to Washingtojf. #£eaa#al 
Schulz sMd that a heMc^^ Eisenhower anJoeneral 

Schulz to >a landing area at ft. Myer at approximately 12:30 p. nW, Saturday**6-27-64. 
'^S^JSSS ^^* 1 mn ®mw&$* &mg the Fm pgo^^him transSortaaoir 
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P Streets, Northwest. The ca#shoul#wa^ until tte co*$iril&tif the addfessi&t the 
neighborhood of 15 to 20 minutes| and then drive former President EisenhMreixS!' 
General Sdtulz back to Ft. Myer *o board the helicopter for the trip to GettysbSgS 
General Schulz says he is alerting the necessary law enforcement officei&in tfifecarea 
. but the one tMi^^jking is transportation for bis bossv Wick toM him 1$ knew the 
| Director woul am Mty bap|jy to assist and that we would, m turn, be intouch with 
J Major Rutherford to ascerfcii details of the exact fepdmg site of the he^coper 



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Schulz to confirm the final details. 



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Re: Request to Provide Transportation, Former 

President Eisenhower, Unveiling of Shevehenko Monument 
l;00p.m., Saturday, June 27, 1064, Washington, D. C. 



I n^ T ' ***•' Hoover "^y desire that his other limousine be used for the 
/ purpose of transporting former President Eisenhower this Saturday and afeo may 
f desire to have a regular Bureau chauffeur handle this assignment. 

An Agent of the Crime Records Division will be assigned to coordinate 
and direct this matter at Ft. Myer and at the unveiling site. 

S you approve, we will so inform General Schulz. 






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Reference is made to my memorandum of June 23, 1964, wherein the 
Director approved that we provide transportation for General Eisenhower from the 
telteopter landing at the Pentagon to the unveiling of the statue at 23rd and P Streets, 
Northwest, and then back to the Pentagon. 

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J to handle this matter and to meet the General. The General will be accompanied^ 

| his aide General Robert Sclwlz. There will only be two in the party. 

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K^t&is issue antf expected Mr. Hoover and 

fjjence between them to be published in the ___^ p ^ fw _^^^_^ 

^efforts to Show the American people the true feature ttfultra^isms, both left and right. 
'He admits the issues iniroived are complex and assumes the position that the slogans of 
the John Birch Society including "liberty, freedom and conservatism" parallel the 
comman^t IrwI'shleMla the words such : as 'Opportunity, justice and democracy. " 
It is his eoiifentioii that the use of a picture Is well worth "a thousand words" and the 
Society by printing the Director's photograph — even with the disclaimer that the 
FBI does net endorse any organization -- still has a carrying effect to impress the \ 
reader. Indireetty, he implies he witt baring this matter to the attention of the Atto$iey 
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ftOOJKuV | |inhis letter to Eisenhower, a copy of which he enclosed 

Mr. ifoorer, sellortti Ms "credi^ls" naming apparently substantial people in his a 
area and noted lie formation ol t Council for Civic Responsibility , known in § ! 

Bureau files as having bee® 1 by Arthur Larse»,' (former aide to General ! 

Eisenhower at the White House,) wMe has as its purpog®jyoQyntojhe_ ■.. ■ y 

propaganda disseminated by extremist groups, both right and left.J » iqFpU 

states that he is not motivated by any group, but is merery acting onMsown^is^^ ; 
position appears to be that following all of the tenets set forth by the principles of the 
National Council for Civic Responsibility. : | 

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length the rising problem facing the American people in connection with extremist groups. 
Much of the literature figuring in the recent Presidential campaign was mentioned. 
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Also enclosed was a copy ol the advertisement sponsored by the John Birch Society 
as it appeared in this paper on 11-2-64. This advertisement has photographs of 
General Eisenhower, former Secretary of Agriculture Benson and W. Cleon Skousen, 
former Bureau Agent. This advertisement is apparently a cut-down version of the 
color supplement^. seeUon originally brought to the Bureau's attention as published 
by the "Los Angeles Times** in the fall of this year. It is to be noted that the 
original Birch ad, quoted the Director from his appearance before the HCUA in 
March, 1947 j however, the current ad has the additional disclaimer that this should 
not be interpreted as an endorsement of the John Birch Society, as the FBI endorses 
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By teiepteone call of 11-25-64, General Rober^chul£z ? aide to 
. General Eisenhower, told Inspector Robert E.^^c¥TSaTlisenhower intended to 
J reply to his letter by pointing out he has never responded to such incredulous charges 
throughout Ms life and did not intend to start now. 

OBSERVATIONS: 

The Birch Society has used the Director's photograph and statement 
previously in several ads appearing in various newspapers throughout the country. 
In answer to specific inquiries concerning this ad^ ©%r reply has been to note that 
the Director*® speeches and articles ar*.* matter of public record and are quoted 
from time to time; however, their use does not necessarily mean that this Bureau 
has or has not ^cleared" the .silfarla wnfei "'these were employed. A specific 
state«i#j*t was Iscteded U tips effect Isat mo permission was sought or granted in 
connection with the fee of 1feifcower*s photograph and statement. The confidential 
nature oi Bureau files and our policy of not evaluating organizations are usually set out 
and the generaitjroinin^^ along these 

lines is sfcated.^| jj assumes a 

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Mr...Cal!thwt. 
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: ^- ; •"^^■-^^■' :: -"• : ' : :B«jBa*irte^' 6/26/6Jijiapti6hed as above, instructing 
that all courtesies be extended to General EISENHOWER in 
connection with travel plans then being made. : ; ; " 

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J EISENHOWER, has telephonica lly reojaested assistance with travel 
» arrangements of the General and Mrs. EISENHOWER on 12/16/64. 

& ' General and llrsV EISENHOWER will be in Chicago, 
Illinois, on Santa Fe Train #1 in a special car, the Santa Fe, 
which will be the rearmost car on the train. The train will ' " 
be in Dearborn Station and will depart for the West at 3:15 p.m., 
12/16/64. They desire to have Mr. JOB CARLSON, Mrs. EISENHOWER'S 
82 -year -old uncle of Boone, Iowa, meet them there. They have 
arranged airline tickets and reservations for Mr. CARLSON to fly 
via d Air Lines Flight 764 from Des Moines, Iowa, departing 
there at 12: 10 p.mi "*££' tgo at '0? Bare Field" at A 

, ,,- .,..- „„- . .Brigad^r ;^nera^'sclH^V^~l>e^^ -of .'General'' ;; :' ^' v: ' 
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J at Boone, Iowa, e^ 12/16/64 an<i psot him aboard UAL Flight 764 
j at . Beslioines . .-.: Be requested tb%t an- Jkgent in Chicago meet 
I Flight 764 at f Bare;^ dVive t 

J Mr^CARLSON to Dearborn Station to J&fc* the EISENHOWER 
Jb6&rjl the Santa Fe ''.'prior -to : "'its ^"4epi*f -'.<.eA^.'-3i:15 p.m. 

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/> M^*r'\ General and »*s. EISENHOWER arrived in Chicago 
on schedule today, and Brigade r General ROBERT L. SCHULZ, 
Aide to General EISENHOWER, was personally contacted upon : ' 

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request, "Uncle «JOB ,f CARI^ON was met at O f Hare International// 
Airport upon arrival and was driven to General EISENHOWER' »^>" 
private car at the Dearborn Street Station. <y 

The San Francisco Chief, Santa Fe Train #1, left 
Chicago on schedule at 3:15 p.m., 12/16/64, and is 
scheduled to arrive at San Bernardino, California, 6:10 a.m., 
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..! regarding an anonpaous threat against the life of former ^#s^^,; 
-President EISENHOWER. ' 7"7%3^ - -r^:-- v ;^>. -..-v. O v - :-^?!?Sl^f;^ 

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Bernardino Police Bepartment were advised of this threat ;fe : y^ 
inasmuch as former President EISU&IOWER is to arrive at San : * 
Bernardino, California, on 12/18/64. Riverside County Sheriff ' 
Office was advised since that agency has jurisdiction over the^ 
a^ residence in Palm Desert, 

mm^^W^m^^^^M^mm^.- : S. Secret Service, Los Angeles^ 
^siWhen advlsedlof '.this j&reat, aehr&sed that the services of ithe^fe 
:::,L. JJ. S. Secret Serviee.'fiave not been requested in connection^W' ! 
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^ *bove anonymous threat; at tim a. m^ December 17, IS&^e^ 

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appearances for Mr. Eisenhower for the balance of 1965 which^as.-? 
sent to you by General lobert JUSehulte i Executive Assistant to Sk 
former President Eisenhower. 

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/ and if our assistance is specifically requested. A separate communication 

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ON MORNING MAY FOURTEEN HAD. BREAKFAST WITH GROUP OF STUDENTS 

AND PARTICIPATED IN ONE HOUR SEMINAR AT COLLEGE* RESTRICTED 
I TO MEMBERS OF CLASS J N POLITICAL SCIENCE. DEPARTED GR I NNELL 
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STOP^FOR LUNCH At MOLINE, ILLINOIS. 

.,.. RECEPTION OF PRESIDENT BY STUDENTS AND PUBLIC VERY WARM 
AND CORDIAL. NO INCIDENTS 0R DEMONSTRATIONS OF ANY KIND. 
PRESIDENT AND Gp»ERAL^HULT2 EXPRESSED GREAT APPRECIATION TO 



DIRECTOR AND FBI FOR. COURTESIES EXTENDED. 



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DIRECTOR, FBI 

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i -4.*'- ^ ^iosed for the Bureau are five copies of a 
letterhead memorandum. Copies of this letterhead memo 
* r * 5 fa ?? finished to Chicago and Philadelphia for their 
ime|»ataoA. An extra cogy is being furnished to Philadelphia 

for disseaimtioii hy that office to Secret Service at Phila- 
delphia* 

+„ e * T 5 e ei ^ los f*, letterhead memo is being disseminated 
*f. Secret Service at Los Angeles, along with a copy of the 
letterhead memo received as an enclosure to referenced letter. 

Mo further action is being taken by Los Angeles. 



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and ia leaned to your agency 1 it and its content* are not 
to be distributed outside your agency. 

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Los Angele s , Cal if ornia 
May 19," 1965 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535 



r * Reply, Ptos, Refer to 

lmiod States Secret Service ' 

iVpartmcnt of the Treasury 

iVashinjrioiL D. C. 20220 ' . * 

I -oar Sir: 

The information furnished herewith concerns an individual who is believed to be 
v^vokmI by the agreement between the FBI and Secret Service concerning Presidential pro- 
h'clioiK and to fall within the category or categories checked/ 

1. 1 Has attempted of threatened bodily harm to a^y gwernment olBcial or eiapvlovoe, 

wu hiding foreign government officials residing in or planning an imminent visa to the 
|- % r r^eause of bis official status* 

2. { _;■■ lias attempted or threatened to redress a grievance against any public official by other 

than legal moans. * , 

3. ITJ Because of background is potentially dangerous; or has been identified as member or 

participant in communist movement; m has been under active investigation a <s member 
of other group or organization inisvicai to -\J. S. 

4. O U. S, citizens or residents who defect from the IK S. to countries in the Soviet or 

Chinese Communist Wqcs and return/ 

5. 35 Subversives, uitrarightlsts, racists and fascists who meet one or more of the following 
. ,;■ criteria: 

<a> £g] Evidence of emotfe»al testability (including unstable residence and 

Employment tecat$} or krationirf or suicidal behavior: 
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(er C3 Prior acts (including arrests or ;pi»ictiws> o* comtect or statements 

indicating a propensity for viole^ei m& antipathy toward good order 

and government. 

(i. C2 Individuals involved in illegal bombing or illegal bomb-mafcing* 

Photograph Q has been farateked O enclosed ® is not available 
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previously disseminated to your* 
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John Edgfcr Hoover 
Director 



1 - Special Agent in Charge (Enclosure(s) 
V. S. Secret Scr .cc ^ Los Angeles 

1- US Secret Service, Philadelphia 



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Callahan _____ 
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Fait. _£. 

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V - t C. D. DeLoach 

subject: GENERAIX EISEN HOWER 
VISIT TO BOSTON 




General Schulz, Assistant to General Eisenhower, called and 
advised that the General was to pay a private visit to Boston tomorrow to attend 
a birthday party for General Bob Cutler. General Eisenhower will be flying to 
Boston from Cleveland in former Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey's plane, 
in Boston General Eisenhower will be staying at the Summerset Club and then 
will be go|ng to tie Tavern Club for the birthday party tomorrow in honor of 
/ General Robert Cutler. Apparently the problem of getting General Eisenhower 
I from the Summerset Club to the Tavern Club is of some concern. 

j/ 1^ General Schulz asked if our Agent ra C^ge of the Boston Office 
could ptease contact General Cutler at his home and discuss the matter with him. 
It was felt that if uniformed police guards were assigned to transfer Eisenhower 
'from the Summerset Club to the Tavern Club this would attract large crowds and 
General Eisenhower would like to avoid this. 

'"- \: : ". > Itka^ with SAC ta General h 

Cutler and work out arrangements for transferring General Eisenhower between /f 
the Summerset Club and the Tavern Club while he is to Boston. Arrangements 

/for transportation for Ge*erg_f ^senhower from the airport to downtown Boston 

( have already been taken care of . 



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Mr. DeLoach ' _ 
Mr. Casper ../* . 
Mr. Callahan : 

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letterhead raemoranduro. Also encloa«<l for the'Bareau is 
the original letter as receives front $rig. den. SCHULTZ \ 
along iitith the envelope and the enclosed photograph. . **" 

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Angeles office is one CQE^ofletterhead memorandum and a, 
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

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June 7, 1965 . 






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THRE^H B 5r B "^"f"l™T,IF£ 

op former jresibeht 
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.-.'■■. Oli MOP 28, 1965> Brig, '0a»* ROBERT X. SCHUI2, U.S . 
Army {$«kv)> Executive Assistant to former President DWIOHT 
D. EIS®Jfi0$BII» urnished a letter received addressed to 
VtoB* W$ffl% EISENHOWER, Gettysburg, Fa* The envelope was post- 
marked l«p Angele«» Calif*, M^r 22, 1965,F.M» Enclosed with 
the l^t^r i^» ft ^lo^ograph from a* magazihe^showing ^SAKKLIN 
D. ROQ^j|j_y|g|g||sr^aiiy taken in 19*5.\ The letter is 
signedj ^g^Uj^^eturn address on the envelope 

■'■;■-'■•■ --^.flitii letter does not appear to contain any threat, 
bttt berates both EISENHOWER and former tfresident HARRY S . 
'TOfflttAlTas hot being the man President ROOSEVELT was while in 
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Farmer President 
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MISCBLLAH3O0S 



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Ql Envelope postmarked "WASHINGTON, D.C. 23 1965 Fit 

31 MAY" bearing handwritten address "3fe all the Chiefs Of 
Police of the U.S.A.- and all the relatives of 
D.D.Blsenhower 34tfa. pros, of the 0.S.A. %Dwight ©. 
Ilsenhover 34th. Prea. of the U.S.A. - Gettysburg, Pa," 

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handwriting beginning "Bear Mr. Chief of Police of..." 



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^ Second sheet beginning "Willie Sutton. .." 

Q4 -; -.pxtw* aheet bearing "Ml /\*oj^e^ 

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Result of . oitaaAnJrtioiit^^s^*^^^^^^;-; ■. •; ^ >■ • ■ .^> ; ^v 

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Anonymous latter Hie but were not Identified with other 
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».». Eisenhower 34th. pres. of the U.S.A. %Dwight D. 

Eisenhower 34th, Pres. of the U.S.A. - Gettysburg, Pa." 

Q2 Accompanying six sheets of paper, first sheet bearing 
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Q3 Second px sheet beginning "Willie Sutton/.." 

Q4 Third sheet bearing "III iopiciaiopic. . ." 

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enclosed envelope postmarked Washington, D. C, 5/31/65. 
addressed to "To All the chiefs of Police of the U. S. A. 
and all the relatives J3fJ>. D. ELSENHOWER 34th. pres. of the 
0, S. A. C/0 DWIQHT DI*SENHOiER 34th.pres. of the U. S. A.- 
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SCHULTZ, u\ S. Army 'etired), ■'■executive assistant to 
Former te&itent Wmm 1> . Emmmm, Gettysburg, pa., 
made available tha following letter: Which had been received 

at General BISB8H01ffifc»s ge*%^irg-; pa „ offices 

"{ear Me. Chief of Police of ifajtfi.D. C. Sir, and all 
the chief a of police of the tJ.S. A. attention. I 

S^S^i^fi 1 ot *•-»««» *>. EISENHOWER'S relatives, 
DWIOHTD. BISSNHOHER who is the 3**fch. pres. of the 
~2 :***♦' *o process this for the parties, the chiefs 

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it*a for you also and as soon As you receive this 
VIA of Magnetic waves, atari helping 

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all the relatives of DVD. EISENHOWER 3**th. pres. 
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end Mr. $01 sen know that Fresideii&ss holme*— 
Elsenhower will be : : #Iei ting, hl» M r». metcalp . 

at bis scanner placet in /Venti»e*» . .*•«*« anoy 

Hew Jersey » for a /few days. President 
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TRAVELS OP FORMER PRESIDENT EISENHOWER 

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II a, m v from New York advising that Former Brestdeit Msenliower will be 

«_ .^ .« I bad Wick contact General Robert Sehula at Gettysburg, former 
President Eisenhowers aide, concerning the matter. General Schulz told 
Wick that he was making no special arrangements for the General's trip to Ventnor 
ff* ^f^t^?* *T^ * hfe suggestion that we contact Mr. Allen informing 
him that the FBIwouldfce glad to brief the local police as to how to handle any 
{crowd situation, etc. t during the former President's stay. General Schulz 

Jsaid he also understood M# t Mien and the General's party would attend the 
races at Atlantic City probacy on Saturday. He said ft might be a good idea * 
toha^^Ajearaithrti^iB i^e fco is needeJ aAt» olcourse. to brief the 
local securify people at the track on the GeneraFs presence. 

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\*& ». Wickta&ed with Mr. Allen at 5 p.m. today. He said Mr. Hoover 
would ttsrhappy to be of any assistance, that we could brief the local Chief of 
PolicegLewis M. Johnson, at Ventnor and furnish any transportation necessary. 
Mr. AHgrsaid he only wanted to be certain that local police protected the former 
Presides and flat while he and the General were at the track on Saturday it 
woulfj^adyisable to have local security people and t*ack tesojmelJillEJhtlefed 

.on tbefr^esence. He asked if an FBI man could handle tftll^adranceT > 
L ENCLOgUKJ^ rYiiQ t'Aue^ggF 

x Wick assured Mr. AUen that f&M&d have an Ageritand the Chief 

of Police call on him either tomorrow evening or Friday moratna prior^to— 
General Eisenhower's arrival Friday noon so ttet Mr: Allentwpuld completely ' 
understand who he could call in case o£*n emergency. >Uso, our man w< * 

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to visit the track. SAC Bachman was instructed by Wick at 5:30 p. m. today 
to have the Atlantic City Resident Agent get in touch with the Chief, call on 
Mr. Allen and also inform the track people as stated above. Mr. Bachman 
stated there will b e no probtem_ gince the Chief of Police is most cooperative 




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FBI oi0y introduce the Chief ot Police to Mr. Allen, that we likewise inform 
the appropriate track people of the former President's plan to visit ana that 
on Saturday our representative is available at the track in case he is needed 
by Mr. Allen or General Eisenhower. » was pointed out to Bachman that 
according to Mr. Allen there is no need for the FBI to furnish any transportation 
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Dear Mr. Hoover: 

\- On Saturday, August 21> 1965." it was our 
pleasure to *^fSp^, the 34th President of the United 
States, Gei*era^ v 

1 would like, at this time, to pay special tribute 
to the F*$*I» %$m&& assigned covering hie visit. With- 
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YOUR RECOVERY RAPID AND COMPLETE. PLEASE ACCEPT MY BEST 
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Dear Bob: 

Although delayed, I received the attached material from 
the Republican National Committee who had received it 
from ti^e National Finanee Committee. 

We have included j| M name in our PRS files. 

Should you have any pertinen^niormation on this individual 
that you feel we should be aware of, your advices will be 
appreciated* 

With best wishes, 



'Sincerely, 





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Director Casper advised roe that former Presidents fiisenhower a nd 
Truman received awards at the MueWebach Hotel in Kansas City today 
from the "II. N. We Believe "group, a 10-year-old nonprofit body, 
sponsored by tfce Board of Regents of the University of the State of New 
York. The group has as Its purpose making a ; att«o. effective United 
Nations. Mr. Casper said the site of the National Academy Retraining 
Session is in the same hotel and arrangements were made for the two 
former Presidents to briefly greet the 300 assembled National Academy 
men* This was done. Former President Eisenhower said he was very 
proud to be an honorary member of the FBI and Mr. Truman said he 
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Mr. Felt 

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Wedding Tribute to them. The enclosed reprint 
of Parade, June 26th issue, covers a recent -.... 
interview with them. It also describes the 
objectives of the Tribute , in respect to their 
wishes, to advance the construction of Eisen- 
hower College'. 

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encourage your f rieit*#s to support the two 
object Ives of the Tribute; to honor the 
Eisenhowers on a singularly important anni- 
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which bears^the' uimMii- 'i*anse»,\. ; . 

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differed from the n f atherly*' individual portrayed by some individuals . 
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•aid at that iim* ibtri ««i# In tb# orsa&ltaUoii sad may atiil b# a aansbar Hi 
these "bleeding fc< tell »m, to regard to penology and 

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probation but j do act like to see the abuses, I said 1 Bad new heard theaV 
••'or too* bow of any subversivee or coimmmisto to thai group end there are 
pome very good people to it and 1 thooght yon ar e_bound to find 
of opinion on the subject. 3ao General asked 

an^told^ I did not know. Be said he knew ___„ 

p X told him I Know aothtog that would support the contention that 
there are comnnmist or subrer sire elements to it audit could possibly be an 
extreme statement made by someone who has different riews. The General 
said he would tell too eOlmrB thai and caressed hto apprecitJJon. 





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Pennsylvanto. He stated he has dc?eloped wUHTRead^rw Digest an article 
on crime and deltoouency to bo published soon. He stated one man he talked ... 
with wan a member of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency and, ' . 
as a matter of fact, he thought this man had some good ideas so he wanted to ' 
put to his article that aero is one 'group trained to do something to this field. 
Be said that now one of the staff heard indirectly where Ibis outfit at onetime 
[a lot of leftists and comimng|^nJ^^fc^aU^ntarar said| | 

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President Lyndon B. Jolmson called and said he had an Interview 
in front of him of former PresMea reiscahower o a the UPI ticker and asked . 
if I In& read it. He stated Eisenhower says thoy ought to empower the FBI 
to investigate this. I told the President I ca-w it, but General Eisenhower 
Is corupkiely misinformed. Use President said he thought X ought to caU 
his bsief teg officer a®d say ta him to see $££ #§S. Hie President proceeded 
to read the ilc&er as follows: *^©rm@? President Eisenhower suggested today 
there is a pattern to current city ricts. Ha eugsested feat Congress empower 
the FBI to move into the situation. *£&& Gea^ral, meeting with reporters in 
his office on th# ^ttysbarg Colics© Campus, said ha had been told while in 
WasMnjtoa several days ©go ik&t there .Sb no law Ja the boo&s by which the 
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good reason oa the pari of the Government to believe that trior a is some 
v£±io-:l organization ffcat Is bringing about this trouble, the FBI should be 
aHo^d and directed ^ I told 

the ^resident thai the General later said he was fcoM that by Senator Dlrksen. 

: ^3|te:l^^..ie4jBei9' ttfrCfeucsft Andrew Goodpaster and tell 
Mm da J$4ftl£ife(t lbs was t|a man telpiaisd ts feesp General Eisenhower 
fully faies dwea jhelp and he, the President 

had ssUSd me over efora lae and bee& la touch with me and that I have 

ail the resources needed and that £se had given me full authority 

to spend anything to get ths facts and to tail Eisenhower w© don't want to pat 
it oa fall page headlines the FBI is going "to eat yon ep" asd scare everybody 
?.ad £& thezn on notice what wo are doi$g, bat 1 have the £ fihojp ity and the 
Preaidont is oa top of it and called xno weefcs ago when M2*$mxk and iaeisted 
Igetaaybc:ly, includins their wife if she contributed. ^Che President then 
stated he noticed this Hap (Brown) outfit said he was going to g^ a gun and ~ 
ot I-ady Bird (Johnson. ) X stated Brown has Issned a statement that no V 
^ro is bound to obey any law he does not believe to* I stated Brown will 
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.'■-'.'■Hie President told me i£ I could before 1 go to lunch, to call 
General Cocdpaster sad sny I tee all the approval and ssthority and 
nsonsy and Eldom*!, .&% the fresKieEt, -slttgoto teas and got it, and 
tot3UQcKK$£s&er tcrget Eisenhower lolly briefed. .X tehi the Presided 

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SBBJECT: THREAT JL0&INST OTB OF v, 
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Enclosed find five copies of a letterhead Memorandum 
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threat. Copy of this IBM being furnished locally to Secret 
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ascertained that ^ the ^ BISBIBfOifes' were at that time at their P. 

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The information furnished herewith concems.an individual who is believed to be 
covered by the agreement between the FBI and Secret Service concerning Presidential pro^ 
tection, and to fall within the category or categories checked, 1 ; 

1« O Has attempted or threatened bo&ily harm to any government official or employee, 

including foreign government officials residing in or planning an imminent visit to thg 
„; II. jS» t because of his official states. 

2. □ Has attempted or threatened to redress a grievance against any public official by other 
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3-. Q Becauae of background is potentially dangerous; or has been identified as member or 
participant in communist movement; or has been under active investigation as member 
of oilier group or organization inimical to IL S« 

4. Q U* s * 'cit&eas- or residents who defect from the U* S. to countries in the Soviet or 
Chinese Communist blocs and return. 

5* SD Syfcversivos, ultrarightists,, racists and fascists who meet one or more of the following 
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<a> Q Evidence of emotional instability (including unstable residence and 
>;"• '», eiaployn*^ mmMb^ irrational or suicidal behavior: 

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RE: THREAT AGAINST LIFE OP 

MRS. MAMIE EISENHOWER AT 
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At 8535 A.M* on July 25, 1967> the Baltimore 
Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) 
received a telephone call, which call was answered by 
the telephone operator of the office. When the telephone 
operator answered the phone there was a click and what 
sounde$/_like a recording was the following message, 
B MAMII71p£BB0Wll will have her head blown off today in 
Washington J ^i - The telephone operator stated that an address 
was also given but could not be understood, however, she 
believes that North East or North West was mentioned. 
Immediately after the message, there was a click and the 
receiver was hung up. 



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NECESSARY FOB YOU TO BE HOS3PITALEEJ> AND HOPE THIS WkmgBML..*, 
FBN^ YOt? RESTING CO^^ 

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|TOTO FBI WERE INDEED SORRY TO LEARN Of 

YOUR IhOSI^LIZATION AND WE ALL SEND ^U FXWt 

A SPEEDY RECOVERY? PLEASELET US KNOW IF WE CAN BE OF ANY 
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W&CJ ^j p White House, advised on August *w, **««, 

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trunk lines serving the White House at 11:34 p.m», August 19, 







„e&y.er identified himself as 1 

stating he desired to tails to someone 

who *ould get yt&&£ Ifco th# President concerning the demise 
of General Eisenhower. He said the General passed away at 
10:12 p.m. this date and was instructed to inform the 
President of Ms death. 






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Toa* .Jobnscra-f a -staff memtoer at the White House, called 
me at I o f elock this morning, and indicated he was calling 
at the instructions of the President. Tom Johnson stated that 
"at m®pzm$^^ 8/10/68* an individual 

^giving the name of m fc had called th^S&it^iouse 

1 switchboa rd, IndicsSIii^i^fflMRilling frora^| M 

m Band wanted to immediately advise the PresioBff^of 

JfPHHiWresident Eisenhower f s deatt*. The caller went through 
three operators, and was eventually connected with the 
President. The President talked with him for a matter of 
of a few minutes and eventually realized that either the man 
was a mental case or else someone was deliberately trying to 
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ordered hi© to cause an immediate inves t igat ion . 



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^ to ^ che^k witti the White Bouse 

rt "' tj» ; facts eonce*aing this matter* 
*M; also *l»t tfee Washington Field Office check at 

spital to discreetly find out if there is a 

assigned there . Indices of the Washington Field 

aftU UL LllB^iureau are also feeing checked, following which a 
brief report will be sent to the White House. A call of this 
nature is almost impossible to trace, unless it is anticipated 

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February 25, 1969 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 

General Eisenhower directed me to acknowledge 
your thoughtful letter and tell you of his gratitude* 

I am sure the bulletins are keeping you advised of 
Ms remarkable progress toward recovery* 



Mr. Toiaa?] 

Mr. DeLoach£, 

Mr^ofc^ 

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Mr.* CsfTper.. 

Mr. Cat&han 

Mr. Conrad.. 

Mr. Felt. 

Mr. Gale. 

Mr. Rosen 

Mr. SfcttivaiL 

Mr. Tavel 

Mr* Trotter- 
Teje. 

Miss Holmei 
Miss Gandy. 



With best wishes, 



Sincerely, 




BERT h. SCMOltZ 
Brig. General, USA (Ret) 
Executive Assistant 




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Honorable J. Edgar Hoover 
Director. \\ ; A^ry^'^fii:^, 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D # C. 20536 



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: I weald Hfee to Join your many friends 
In extending congratulat*OBfl on receiving the annual 
Atoms for Peace award, lour influence on the Uvea 
of the American people continues to be felt daily and 
I know this recognition of yoor efforts In projiottog 
peaceful uses <ti the atom must mean a great deal to 

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learned from the White House that there will be a private service for former 
President Dwight D. ptsi^hower in the Bethelem Chapel of the National Cathedral^ ci 
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Capitol arriving there at 4:^ P.li. ; tfiat President Nixon will be present and a 
eulogy service will beccondected from 4:30 P.M. t© 5:30 P.M. 

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3: 00 P.M. on Monday afternoon at the National Cathedral when the body will be 
returned to that location and the President is declaring Monday a national day 
of mourning and a holiday for federal employees . -c. 

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The man laid there with courage, and patienes 
A great, great man, loved by every nation, 
His Family was there sitting by Ms side 
They all loved Mm dearly, and with deep pride. 



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Be had suffered a dangerous heart attack 
His endurance was great* and he bounced back 
The world rejoiced of his recovery 

And all his family, he loved so dearly . 

He made it possible to live in peace 
His love for fellowmen never ceased. 
Faithful devotion he ga^ his nation 
Aid to all allies, and their relation. 

All things worth doing, is worth doing well 

All of Ms life, that saying rang a bell. 

For every thing this man j^o^todo 

He did right, stayed with it, till it was through. 

The people thinking, Ms^ttacks wre &r©»^ 
Stopped worrying, (tough of othef flings ** <*°> 
Other gtfgat men died, he stilt beW £&B own 
They once were Ms friends, and now ttey were gone, 

And all of $iem was much younger than he : 
Unjustly killed, and casted in eternity, 
Presidents, Kings, Buletfs, people all morned 
But the killings continued on and on. 

This world, the old world; All wondered why 
Such great men, working for good, had to die, "\^ 
And each man had, yetMs three score and ten 
To live, but their life was taken before then. 

Their destiny, and their life were over 
Tears was stopped, by each ones eye lid cover 
For every one knew, deep down in their heart 
That the worlds a stage, each one plays their part, 








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And God is the maker, of all mankind 
Some he takes young, and some he leaves behind, ;■ 
There's and old saying. The good die young "■;" ;v;- : ;--/-"'^! 
Not so, its when God says, your life is done. 

Then the great one, had another bad spell 

Put in hospital, so doctors could tell, ^ 

What his chances were, Far him to survive" 

His faithful wife, family were at his side, 

He put up a great battle, this great man ^ 
For his life, but the end was near at hand. 
And when the doctor s announced, he had died, 
His family and ihe whole world weeped and cried. 

And I belief wMIe he was %iiig there 

Tfkt he was put into our MXhms care. 

And carried to a magnificent place 

To see oldfWeitds, thai had long left the race. 

They all were there, and enjoying their life 

Some were with their old Meads, some with their wifes, 

They had made it in, their journey was hard 

And they were safely in the care of God, 

God knows your troubles, and what you can bear 
YoW prays will relieve them, for our God cares 
Your dearly ones, thats gone one before you 
You'll see again, if you make it there to 

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Worked in creamery, Bid job with utmost care, 
Determined to do jobs the best he could 
Believed fairness was right, and right was good. 



Me was energetic, with lots to spare ^ ■ 

TUsed it right, he gained what others wouldn't dare, 
Use to hard work, took that to get along, 
If he satisfied, the job couldn't be wrong. 

And by doing this, he'd get other jobs, 
Aiid he would take them, no matter how hard 
Willingness to work, and fairness to 
Kept him busy Each gave him more to do. 



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Graduated from West Point with many y 
Somwhere in the years, married a true one 
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One died early, and the other servised k 
He wept for the lost, other gave him pride, 

And in the year of ninteen forty one ~U -;-vl-. 

Boy grown to man, was called to Washington " 

To serve in war plans, to him, joy it meant 
The division of fee war department ■ 

From feere, appointed Commander in Chief 
Hard work, fairness, came trae to his believe. 

Later reieved orders to leave for London 
Maybe he asked himseff, what wrong, he's done 
Learned, he was full command of E,T.O. 
He was a five star general that we know 

Was the jterpreme Commander of the Allied Force 
With feat reputation, a man could boost 
But not this man, he completed his job 
Thanked God, for helping with job feat was hard, 

We thanked him for bringing peace to our land 

Thanked him for being a courageous man 
Honored him, for doing best job he could 
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Wi$ willingness to get any j«& done, 

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Made him President of fee IL^L A^ ^ f- 
Worked oiNar hours; that was called a dayv* r 
And fee oath he made, was fee oath he kept 
To assure peace to day, and wjalewe slept. 

He said, bed do his besi for^l man kind ■ 
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Afany pass by and review his remains ^ : ^^^-.' : ,' : : : - ■ ''■ 1 

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^Andhe i poiio" tp^a^lbQtlier . Ubfo'bff 'peace' ' ""V* : " v.'^'.''^'^ 

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Paid with last respect, and honor to God 
It just a body , waiting for the sod, ■/"■ 

*t But if we cherise his thoughts and ideals 
That would help the people a great deal, • 

Tell them about his determination ;! 

To do his best for the folks of this nation, 

No job was to long, no job was to hard 
He fenewwhere there was help in the great God, 
He prayed as he worked, and prayed as he cried 
He prayed as he lived, and prayed as He died. 






Dwight D. Eisenhower, the one mean 
Surpreme Commander that made our land clean, 
Two time president, of the U.S.A. 
Who did his best, and who went all the way. 



To brother, and grandchildren standing by 
Know you loved him, know you had to cry, 
If he could talk, here's what he would tell you 
Finished whit was to late foe him to do. 



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iSecret Service, and three copies of aa USI. 

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In light of the fact the U.S. Secret Service Office 
.at Tucson, Arizona received the original complaint in this 
Batter / and made a determination there was no overt threat to 
the President, or any former Presidents of the United States , 
prior to the case* ever coming to the attention of the FBI, 
the LHM is heiag submitted to the Bureau for informational 

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